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Black Ice, Puddles, and Staying Safe in Spring

Mar 20, 2015 by Anonymous

The spring is a great opportunity to get outside and enjoy nicer weather. After a long, drawn out winter, people often rush outside when the sun is shining and the temperatures are beginning to climb. For anyone who is a caregiver, regardless of whether they are taking care of a loved one or somebody else, it’s important to keep safety in the front of your mind. Read Article

Paying Attention to Subtle Hints from Your Elderly Loved One

Mar 13, 2015 by Anonymous

It’s not always easy to figure out what somebody else might want or need. This is true for seniors especially, who may be hesitant to discuss certain personal issues, like illness, loneliness, trouble seeing or hearing, etc. Because of their desire to remain quiet about important things, the value of paying attention to nonverbal cues becomes all that more important. Read Article

Key Advantages to Relying on a Professional Home Care Aide for Seniors

Mar 6, 2015 by Anonymous

If you have noticed that your elderly mother is beginning to have difficulty getting around, taking care of basic tasks at home, and you’re worried about her safety, the topic of senior care will likely come up. Many family members take on this role themselves. Read Article

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